Skip to main content

About your Search

20100301
20100331
STATION
FOXNEWS 28
CNN 17
MSNBC 16
WMAR (ABC) 10
WUSA (CBS) 10
WJLA (ABC) 9
WRC (NBC) 6
WTTG 6
CNBC 3
WJZ (CBS) 3
CSPAN 2
HLN 1
WBAL (NBC) 1
LANGUAGE
English 112
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 112 (some duplicates have been removed)
and tom hanks. >> oh, couldn't be better. good show. >> a lot of times you get the people on, your thrilled, movie stars, blah, blah, blah. i'm very excited because band of brothers was one of the most moving works i've ever seen in my life. and "the pacific" is just going to be great. you know how we say a lot of times we got a great show? >> yes. >> but you know i don't really mean it. >> yeah. you're supposed to say it. >> three hours of stiffs lined up. dead bodies we have to crawl over, katcatapault. look at them. today, seriously, give me a pack of lucky strikes. i'm going to sit back and smoke for the next three hours and let the show run itself. >> call me a nerd, but i'm perhaps more excited about tom friedman than tom hanks. >> yeah, you're a nerd. >> i love tom hanks, but i'm just saying. >> mike barnicle, very excited having tom hanks here, because this is a guy that has evolved into something much bigger than he was when he was a huge movie star. >> america's greatest and most famous history teacher. >> who would have believed that? >> it's great what he does. have you
spielberg, and actor, tom hanks. they're behind a new tv series called "the pacific." they came to washington, today, to promote the drama and to honor veterans in person at the world war ii memorial. our brian todd was there. brian? >> reporter: wolf, a lot of buzz around this series, which kicks off this sunday. it was a screening tonight at the white house. we caught up with the filmmakers who came here to this memorial to pay tribute to the veterans who inspired this work. what tom hanks and steven spielberg say they're after is for you to feel the fear, physical discomfort, the true climate of war. with their new series "the pacific" on cnn's sister network hbo they believe they've captured it. >> it's just that the pacific war, by its very nature on being fought on islands, in jungles, was a much more inhospitable, you know, kind of, you know, real estate to fight and die on and the jungle was just as, you know, pernicious and all consuming as the enemy that we were fighting. so it was a much different warp. >> reporter: spielberg and hanks want viewers to get the under th
. and does that sound familiar? >> bill: actor tom hanks telling "time" magazine the americans may be treating the muslim world unfairly. we'll take a look at that. >> the whole world is watching. the whole world is watching. >> bill: and dennis miller on the controversial congressman eric massa who is also leading our body language segment tonight. >> now they are saying i groped a male staff. yeah, i did. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us tonight. did the "new york times" fabricate a story on page 1? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. the headline today in the "times" reads conservatives split deeply over attacks on the justice department lawyers. the article saying that liz cheney's group, keep america safe, has alienated some on the right because the group is criticizing american lawyers who have defended captured terrorists. it is true that people like judge ken starr and groups like the federalist society have said there is nothing wrong
attacked in some quarters. we will show you the attack tom hanks one of them. and then mr. rove will respond to that later, bernie goldberg on whether the media should be covering this awful john edwards' situation. it gets worse and worse and worse. ziploc presents ziplogic. ♪ 4 pounds of sirloin. but only wrap half... i'll just throw it out anyway. we throw out over $500 worth of food every year. help save more of it with new ziploc freezer bags featuring smartzip. it's a seal you can actually hear close... from edge to edge so you know your food is protected. now that's ziplogic. ziploc freezer bags with the new smartzip seal. get ziploc. and get more out of it. s.c. johnson. a family company. so i couldn't always do what i wanted to do. but five minutes ago, i took symbicort, and symbicort is already helping significantly improve my lung function. so, today, i've noticed a significant difference in my breathing. and i'm doing more of what i want to do. so we're clear -- it doesn't replace a rescue inhaler for sudden symptoms. my doctor said symbicort isor copd, including c
was to, i'm sorry, kill them all. >> bill: tom hanks continues to say there is racism involved in the war against jihadists and also against japan in world war ii. we have an update. >> bill and i were back stage a few minutes ago during the debate tickling each other. >> bill: i would rather amputate my fingers. >> bill: why did glenn beck give the loopy congressman eric massa. >> now they are saying i groped a male staff. >> bill: a full hour on his program. >> i did. >> bill: was that a mistake. >> i have wasted an hour of your time. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us tonight. blaming fox news for the health cair mess? that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. writing in this coming sunday's "the washington post" former new york "times" editors howell reigns accuses fox news of sabotaging obama care and waging jihad against the obama administration. raines writes: >> bill: are you kidding me with this? is this a joke? standards of fairness at the "new york
steve jigillenbrand he's pulling back. tom hanks and steven spielberg honored veterans, a powerful new tv series. i'm wolf blitzer and you are in "the situation room." >>> all of us who have been following the health care reform debate for more than a year may be experiencing a little deja vu right now. remember all those supposed deadlines were never met? guess what. prospect of getting the bill to the president before he leaves for asia on march 18th is looking even more unlikely right now. listen to the house speaker nancy pelosi pretty much brush off that date. >> march 18th is an interesting date. we will take up the bill when we are ready to take up the bill. >> let's bring in our white house corn den dan lothian. dan, i take it the white house isn't sounding optimistic about march 18th either. >> that's right. wolf, that's the danger of having deadlines is that people focus on that data and if you miss it, it becomes the story. well, the white house and virtually circled march 18th on the calendar. robert gibbs stood behind that number but today, he appeared to be creating a lit
in hollywood you get the veterans involved but tom hanks and steven and count their blessing z even if they were born different. wow, is this... fiber one honey clusters? yes. it's delicious. delicious. i know. but it can't have... can't have about half a day's worth of fiber? i assure you it does. i was expecting... expecting sawdust and cardboard? i know. i can only taste... only taste the crunchy clusters, honey, and brown sugar. no madam, i don't have esp. ok. i'll take a box, but you probably already knew that. (announcer) fiber one. cardboard no. delicious yes. . >>> targeting insurance companies in the gop, called congress to action in a name game effort to pass health care reform and, mr. obama also urged law make torse deny republicans the chance to to fill buster this bill. >> the president and many democrats in congress are giving it everything they have to carry health care reform legislation over the finish line. mr. obama will sale his plans to the american people with scheduled trips to philadelphia and st. louis. the pressure is on democrats as congressional leaders
their memorial yesterday. peggy fox was also there along with tom hanks and steven spielberg. >> i saw some of them with wet eyes and it made my eyes wet. what can i tell you? that's exact exactly how it felt. >> reporter: steven spielberg got emotional as he food stood in front of the memorial today. he and tom hanks who produced band of brothers about a company of paratroopers fighting in the european theater have come out with a series about the war in this pacific. his father and sunkle fought in the pacific and urged him to tell the story. >> the war ended in europe but not with subpoena and we were losing tens of thousands of boys, you know, every couple of months and it was just a war that was accelerating not decelerating. >> as late as july of 1945, nobody on the planet earth knew how much longer that this horrible death was going to go on. it was a huge big question mark. >> since the memorial was dedicated in 2004, the honor flight medic has been bringing vets to the memorial. edward served on the uss helena in pear harbor. >> planes attacking, break out service ammunition. this
] thank you so much! >> announcer: coming up next, tom hanks, barbra streisand, and the oscars for directing and best picture. >> announcer: the "82nd annual academy awards" on abc, brought to you by -- the all-new sonata from hyundai. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ba da ba ba ba ♪ be, ♪ be the charming type, ♪ take off your gloves ♪ and show what they hide ♪ i'll let you pry, ♪ ♪ if you close your eyes ♪ i'll have an answer for your whys ♪ ♪ there goes my love ♪ there goes my love ♪ there goes my love, ♪ love, love, love, love >>> i'm julia child. bon appetit. >> action is character. if we ner did anhing, we would never be anybody. >> i'm the work of your life. you are the work of mine. that's what love is. >> you never done nothing for me. beat me. make me feel worthless. >> enough with the trick play. run the dang ball. did he just hang up the phone? >> we wanted to wrigte a french cookbook for american women so that's what we'll do. we'll just do it. >> i feel old but not very wise. >> you all think he's christ, don't you? >> this team is your family, michael,
: coming up next, tom hanks, barbra streisand, and the oscars for directing and best picture. >> announcer: the "82nd annual academy awards" on abc, brought to you by -- the all-new sonata from hyundai. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ba da ba ba ba ♪ be, ♪ be the charming type, ♪ take off your gloves ♪ and show what they hide ♪ i'll let you pry, ♪ ♪ if you close your eyes ♪ i'll have an answer for your whys ♪ ♪ there goes my love ♪ there goes my love ♪ there goes my love, ♪ love, love, love, love >>> i'm julia child. bon appetit. >> action is character. if we never did anything, we would never be anybody. >> i'm the work of your life. you are the work of mine. that's what love is. >> you never done nothing for me. beat me. make me feel worthless. >> enough with the trick play. run the dang ball. did he just hang up the phone? >> we wanted to wrigte a french cookbook for american women so that's what we'll do. we'll just do it. >> i feel old but not very wise. >> you all think he's christ, don't you? >> this team is your family, michael, you have to protect them. >> announcer: pl
? get the blue. >>> tom hanks and elizabeth join 250 veterans at the world war ii memorial in washington to honor their service. hbo brought the veterans to the memorial on thursday to coincide with the network's premier of the 10-part series called the pacific. a part of the production team following the band of the brothers series in 2001. the series begins on sunday. they focus on the lives of the u.s. marines fighting the japanese. after the attack on pearl harbor. and will and we will all poise to land millions of soldiers on to the mainland of japan. and that was before the pow tommic bombs were dropped. but they were furious right up until the area. so we thought it was a very important story to tell. >> reporter: the veterans, including a 100-year-old man. they came from baltimore from boston to chicago, cleveland, new york, philadelphia, and florida. and coming up at 7, find out what tom hanks thinks about the world war ii memorial. >>> well, apparently the appeal of the 3d movies like "avatar," helped to set a new box office record. rising 8% to whack in $29.9 billion with a b
that. >> live from new york. >> and so does a bizarre appearance by tom hanks this morning. >> we can go back to the italian fox network. >> you can't do that to ann coulter. she is a pretty woman. >> bill: we will tell you what's going on and barbara walters will be here. >> i'm so excited that somebody likes me. they have really like me. >> bill: glenn beck has some thoughts on the reverend wright and louis farrakhan event tonight in chicago. that should be interesting. ♪ oh, baby ♪ i'm crazy for you. >> bill: pamela anderson banned in australia? is that possible? ♪ oh, baby i'm crazy for you. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching under the circumstances tonight. giving up khalid sheikh mohammed that is the subject of this talking points memo. the obama administration seriously considering returning 9/11 master mind khalid sheikh mohammed to the military. as you may know attorney general eric holder wants to try mohammed in the civilian court here in new york city. most am
with an actor that has two of them. tom hanks takes us behind the scenes of his inspiring new epic. ♪ you told me to be cruel >> "that thing you do," this is for you, tom hanks. he might not come up in the studio now. >> you just drove him off. we convinced tom hanks to join "morning mix" this morning. we hope he'll still do it. tom hanks. >>> also this morning, getting an oscar nomination can leave an actor speechless. but this morning, maggie gyllenhaal and other nominees will get three words to tell us what they're feeling as it approaches. >>> and as you know, winter is not over yet. we're going to show you how to winterize your pet in these cold months. marty becker is here with suggestions. >>> we begin with a growing number of complaints that toyota's recall fix is not working. about a dozen toyota owners have told the federal auto safety agency that their cars are still accelerating uncontrollably, even after being repaired by dealers. toyota is investigating some of the complaints. >>> in iraq, at least 16 people have been killed in bombings today, as the country's critical, national
: thank you. that's all i was trying to get out of you. tom hanks is back in the news. we told the story yesterday. americans want to annihilate terrorists because they're different. he said in world war ii we viewed the japanese as "yellow slant-eyed dogs that believed in different god's." they went out to kill us because our way of living was different we wanted to annihilate them because they were different. doesn't that sound familiar by any chance to what is going on today? tom, this little important event in history that caused my father to serve four years in the pack called pearl harbor and this 9/11 thing happened. >> did hollywood hank honestly think he wasn't going to offend anyone by doing this? that's insulting and it makes him look -- >> it's offensive to people who served in world war ii and you mentioned your father. my father spent a year in the hospital, 65 years ago after iwo jima. he was at iwo jima in the third marine -- marine division on top of that he's tack the people who are serving in iraq and afghanistan. he's attacking them today. he's saying that they have a
left the tracks near the farragut north station. >>> still ahead, tom hanks and steven spielberg come to town for a special salute. >>> and why a former marine had his neighbor dodging bullets. >>> and we'll show parents how to track their kids through their cell phones. >>> welcome back to nooiv "news4 at 5." i'm wendy rieger. >> i'm jim handley. >>> coming ump, what happened t a maryland man who vanished and abandoned his dog? >>> we begin with a northern virginia woman wounded when a stray bullet hit her in the face. it belonged to her neighbor. it came from his shotgun that apparently had gone off by accident. the bullet traveled through several homes before hitting the woman. this happened in dumfries, virginia. julie carey joins us live with this story. >> wendy, it was around 12:30 this afternoon when police and rescue crews went flying down that road en route to the scene of an accidental shooting. that woman is expected to be fine. she was just out on her deck enjoying the beautiful weather when the shotgun blast came her way. the bullet hole visible on the siding of this hou
the address. we will tell you why who benefits the most by the visit from tom hanks and steven spielberg. oh! tada! fantastically tasty, huh? ummm, it's good. what would you guys like? hamburger helper. what?! one pound... one pan... one tasty meal! absolutely using my old social security number. my credit score just went out the window. identity theft can be devastating. that's why lifelock is proactive protection, working to help stop identity theft before it happens. and the biggest difference is stopping it before it starts. lifelock's exclusive identity alert system... goes beyond mere credit monitoring, which only alerts you after the theft. with lifelock, it's like having a digital fingerprint. if a new application doesn't match you, we send an alert. and if needed, we help fix the identity theft. don't wait another minute. call now. go with the industry leader. join lifelock and get alerts to important information, a one million dollar service guarantee... plus a team of identity theft protecon specialists. enroll now and get ten percent off your enrollment... for you and your entire
hollywood heavy hitters were in d.c. to show appreciation for their service. >> both tom hanks and steven spielberg used the opportunity to promote a new project. >> reporter: more than 250 world war ii vet an veterans from across the country here on the national mall. >> it's great. >> i'm overwhelmed. i never expected anybody to fuss over me this much. when i get back it normal life, it will be hard. >> reporter: rolling out the red carpet for their big welcome, none other than actor tom hanks. >> any time some old guy with patches on says thank you so much, i am absolutely honored that we can get here for the only time in their lives and we can hook it altogether with some brand of what i do for a living being god bless america. >> hanks and steven spielberg came together to pay tribute to the vet an and launch their new hbo mini series, the pacific. the two have teamed up before. now, another theater of world war ii, the pacific. >> we felt it was time to also equip the other half of world war ii of all the fighting men in the pacific. and we're hoping that that will spike the inter
their memorial. in six minutes learn why steven spielberg and tom hanks were on hand for the visit. right now we focus on virginia's weather and traffic. here is howard. >> looking at live doppler hd. you have wet roads in many areas, especially between route 15, 29 there west of warrenton and i-81. all of the action is moving to the north. front royal to north of winchester seeing good rain. as far as the forecast is concerned we are looking at a cool, wet day. rainy period. some of the rain will pick up this evening. temperatures not moving much. mid to upper 50sin the suburbs. watch out, get the rain gear ready. here's angie with a look at the virginia commute. >> give the windshield wipers a workout. hello, everybody. no problems to report in virginia on route 50 where it meets germantown road. this is in fairfax. the tysons corner area, in mclean, show you chain bridge road and a live shot of international drive near the tysons corner small. go ahead there are no incidents or accidents just slick pavement. come fly with me. from the greenway past the airport to the toll plaza, no incidents
memorial where tom hanks honoring the world war ii vets. we'll have the story coming up. >>> and at 5:30, is the government's safety agency responsible for regulating the lawmakers that are auto makers i should say? just a little too cozy with toyota. lawmakers want to know. they have launched a whole new rounds of the investigation. we'll be right back. >>> stocks closing higher on wall street. ending the day up 44 points to close at 10,611. and nasdaq jumped 10 points and s&p 500 jumped four points. >>> this is held at the va medical center on northwest washington. employers like the fda, sun trust bank, martin, and the essences all represented. >>> move over, bill gates. carlos slim is now the world's richest person. forbes magazine said that the mexican telecome tycoon is worth $545 billion. there are 11 billionaires in the world. 218 more than last year. >>> we have a consumer alert about gas prices that we could be paying about a dollar more this spring than last year. analysts expect we'll see a nation's wide average for the regular unleaded to hit $3 a gallon next month. alrea
see that? tom hanks not pleased with me. and then the american military not flying the u.s. flag in haiti. what's up with that? right back from washington. >> bill: back of the book segment tonight, did you see that in we have two interesting videos to show you this evening. joining us now from new york to help us out fox news anchor jane skinner. >> hi,. >> bill: bill okay, skinner. colombia, have you ever been there? >> no. and my spanish is very poor but i will do my best to translate. >> bill: okay. i have been there. interesting town. ways there when it was undersiege by the drug lords. supposedly much better now. anyway, lots of people live there. they have a commercial featuring president bush. roll the tape. >> ♪ >> it's hard to tell at first viewing what that is. they are throwing shoes then they transform into flowers. that's what that was. >> bill: yeah. what's the product though? what are we supposed to buy? >> it's some sort of detergent that has an added softener so the idea is softer is better. i think the admakers are a little behind the times because this happe
, tomorrow, tom hanks, yes, the tom hanks will be on set with us of "morning joe" with his brilliant new documentary, "the pacific." we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] grilled. filled. chilled. sweet! [ female announcer ] just about anywhere you use sugar you can use splenda® no calorie sweetener. more ways than you ever imagined. [ male announcer ] flakes. shakes. cakes. sweet! [ female announcer ] splenda® starts with sugar. tastes like sugar. but it's not sugar. it's... [ male announcer ] savory. crunchy. yummy. sweet! [ female announcer ] splenda®. america's favorite no calorie sweetener. look in the glove box. [ children laughing ] suitcase? huh? ♪ where do gummy bears hide? under the seat. look! yeah! ♪ [ telephone rings ] [ male announcer ] the all new chevy equinox. [ man ] guess who? dad! [ man ] enjoy the trip! okay, daddy! [ laughter ] [ male announcer ] a consumers digest best buy. with a 100,000 mile powertrain warranty. it takes you farther... and brings you closer. and all your little mile-pebbles ameriprise financial can help. we have over ten-thousand advisor
. one took the radio, one took the tires. [ laughing ] >> well, tom hanks is on the late show tonight along with musical guest spoon. >>> the annual cherry plos blossom festival starts this weekend. a million visitors are expected to see those beautiful blossoms and several local restaurants will be making special dishes to celebrate the festival with cherries. >> we figured that because the weather had been so rough, maybe the cherry blossoms might come late. >> no. because it wasn't a particularly cold winter. so the average -- i think the average is fourth or fifth and they're saying maybe 7th or 8th. the earliest ever 1990 when we had no winter, they came out the 15th of this month. >> wow. so they were gone by the time the festival happened. >> pretty much. and in 1958 they came out the middle of april. so there is a bit of a span here. here is your forecast first now. the next three days it's going to be chilly tomorrowment. we're -- tomorrow. we're going to see clouds come back. a little fieser on saturday. -- nicer on saturday. we have revised the forecast. increasing cloudine
was there alongside tom hanks. >> it made my eyes wet. what can i tell you? that is how it felt. >> reporter: steven spielberg got emotional as he stood in front of 250 veterans at the world war ii memorial today. he and tom hanks who produced the hbo 2001 mini series about a company of paratroopers fighting in the european theater came out with a mini series about the war in the pacific. spielberg's father and uncle fought in the pacific and urged him to tell the story. >> it did not end with japan and we were losing tefrn r. tens of thousands of boys. it was a war accelerating not decelerating. >> as late as july of 1945 nobody on the planet earth knew how much longer that this horrible death conflagration was going to go on. it was a huge big question. >> the memorial is dedicated in 2004. the honor flight network has been bringing veterans here to see their memorials. today's 250 vets all fought in the conflict. this man fought in pearl harbor. >> planes attacking, break out service and ammunition, this is no drill. >> reporter: for many veterans this is the first time they've seen this memorial
for some u.s. troops to stay longer than planned. >>> why is tom hanks imitating our own james carville? what's james think about that? i will ask him. back in 1936 and now we're insuring over 18 million drivers. gecko: quite impressive, yeah. boss: come a long way, that's for sure. and so have you since you started working here way back when. gecko: ah, i still have nightmares. anncr: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. that while you may come from the same family... you know, son, you should take up something more strenuous. you have different needs and desires. - i'm reading a book. - what's a book? so we tailor plans for individuals, featuring a range of integrated solutions. you at your usual restaurant? son: maybe. see you tomorrow. stairs? elevator. to see how our multi-faceted approach... can benefit your multi-generational wealth, look ahead with us at northerntrust.com. ♪ hi, i need to remove one of these thingies. half-inch ratchet, three-quarter standard socket. from one of these rascals. 3/4" deep well. - and i can't reach it. - 12-inch extensio
in jerusalem and tom hanks standing by some controversial comments he made about world war ii and racism. what he said. that's coming your way. and the leader of the soul patrol turns into a teen angel? ÷ health mart pharmacies are locally owned our pharmacists combine expert knowledge and personal attention. no wonder jd power and associates ranked health mart highest in customer satisfaction. see if you live in a health mart town at healthmart.com no ordinary weed killer. because it does two jobs... at the same time. one: it kills the weeds you have - right down to the root. two: it forms a barrier, that prevents new weeds from growing for up to four months. roundup extended control - kills and prevents. they clean up gunk left by lower quality gasoline. then they act as a protective barrier... that shieldsnd protects engines... against rformance-robbing gunk. thanks for the info! shell nitrogen enriched gaoline, helping you get the most out of every drop. the nutrition they need to keep their bodies strong. carnation instant breakfast essentials supplies the nutrients of a balanced breakfa
on the house floor. >> a war that was of racism and terror. does that sound familiar? >> sean: tom hanks without a very visionist history of world war ii. plus michelle boss: y'know, geico opened its doors back in 1936 and now we're insuring over 18 million drivers. gecko: quite impressive, yeah. boss: come a long way, that's for sure. and so have you since you started working here way back when. gecko: ah, i still have nightmares. anncr: geico. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on car insurance. sean the public is not phone of the anointed one's health care bill but more worried to push health care through without gop support. latest ap poll shows 68% of americans oppose passing any bill without republican votes. 27% think the democrats should ram it through regardless. the president said he has no time to debate further we are the gop. the gop. maybe now he will reconsider. hi, may i help you? yes, we're looking to save on car insurance, even if that means we have to shop all day, right, honey? yep, all day. good thing you're starting here. we compare your progressive direct rate t
in washington for a special message from steven spielburg and tom hanks. they are the executive producer of the new miniseries, the pacific. a special screening was held at the white house tonight. >>> what turned out to a million dollar traffic stop in oklahoma. it happened back in 2006. officers found $918,000 in suspected drug money inside a jeep. and now that the court process is finally over, police, the sheriff's department, and the da's office each get a share of the winfall to spend on new crime fighting equipment. >>> and the cleanup is underway following deadly weather in arkansas. one person is confirmed dead, four injured after three tornados touched down last night. . >>> so the rain going to keep me up tonight or ruin my morning commute? >> well, i don't know if it will ruin that morning commute, kelly. you work in the afternoon, it's easier. but the slick roads in the morning, showers tomorrow, the heavy rain coming into tomorrow night lasting into the day saturday. so indoor plans maybe an idea for the first half the weekend. we have flooding concerns before that. you may
at a time. we're back in less than two minutes. xxówóióiói >>> tom hanks and steven spielburg honoring veterans from world war ii. >> they are heading across the paths out there up to the pillar that says kansas on it. and they are doing that because he is from kansas. and now look, i don't know if we're suppose to work that way but the fact that it does, fills me with awe. for the whole idea behind the memorial. it means something because it's what they did. and it is built for them. >>> watching washington to honor the flights network. and they were dedicated back in 2004. and we all know that spring break, the college students going wild. and right now, they are breaking with that stereotype. and they want to help rebuild haiti one sandbag at a time. here is lesli foster. >> doing this really makes me feel good. >> reporter: the university of maryland helps make this account last weekend. a house with walls made from sandbags. >> and they will take that for one day. it became very clear, very soon, that it was not going to happen. >> reporter: the senior engineering major heads to h
of that war to hear a special message from steven spielberg and tom hanks. it was to kick off the hbo mini series called the pacific. >>> with no nightly tv show to do, conan o'brien is taking his act on the road. the former host of the "tonight show" announced a 30-city international tour. the "legally prohibited from being funny on television" tour. he will be in d.c. at constitution hall on june 8. >>> all right. uncle stevie made the list on "forbes" magazine the richest billionaire in the world. the ravens owner is the only marylander to make the cut. dan snyder and the 1.5 billion net worth puts him at 655 on the list. >> maybe can you make that list if you are feeling lucky. you may want to go out and buy a powerball ticket. the jackpot has now climbed to $200 million. the multistate game arrived in maryland a little over a month ago. the next drawing is tomorrow. >>> good morning at 5:47. we've got the luck or unlucky draw, especially western maryland with over 2 feet of snow on the ground and expecting 2 to 4 inches of rainfall. the flooding that we do expect to have taking us
's world war ii veterans. two giants of hollywood in town to thank them for their service. tom hanks and steven spielberg are using their appreciation for the greatest generation for a new project. >> reporter: more than 250 world war ii veterans from across the country here on the national mall. it's their day to be honored. >> it's great. i'm enjoying it tremendously. >> i'm overwhelmed. i never expected anybody to fuss over me this much. and when i get back to normal life, it's going to be hard. >> reporter: rolli out the red carpet for their big welcome none other than actor tom hanks. >> any time some old guy with patches on said hey, thanks so much, i'm honored that we can be a part of getting these guys here for the only time in their lives that we can hook it all together with some brand of what i do for a living, god bless america. >> reporter: hanks and steven spielberg came together at the world war ii memorial today to pay tribute to these veterans and launch their new hbo mini series the pacific. the two have teamed up before in saving private ryan, the hbo mini series b
. >> thanks okay, frank. >>> coming up, tom hanks and steven spielberg were in d.c. today to honor veterans of world war ii. >>> the guy who has surpassed bill gates as the world's richest man. >>> who taught you to use 911? >> my mom. >> did she practice it or what? >> we practiced it every day. >> we'll >>> the clouds have rolled in. at this hour, temperatures are getting chillier after we reached the 60s throughout the region. now it's dropping back into the 50s. 57 in washington. mid-50s, prince george's county. now in the 50s in montgomery county. arlington and fairfax counties around 60 degrees. now all these counties in green under a flash flood watch. it does include northern virginia, the district of columbia and maryland. there's a warning out of e mountains. there are creeks and streaming out of their banks there. the flood watch is up because rains are on the way. it's pushing into virginia. it should be coming into the metro area by midnight and continue tonight and through the day tomorrow with a blustery wind. highs in the 50s on friday. could get moderate to heavy showers fr
-access pass is still ahead in 10 minutes. >>> and tom hanks, steven spielberg, just two of the big names in town to honor the hundreds of world war ii veterans. the event took place at the world war ii memorial and is a part of the lead-up to the hbo new serious "the pacific." claudia coffey got to speak with the men who created it. >> reporter: more than 250 world war ii veterans from across the country on the national mall. it's their day to be nored. it's great. i am enjoying it tremendously. overwhelmed. >> and i never expected equipment to fuss over me this much. >> reporter: rolling out the big carpet for the big welcome, none other than actor tom hanks. >> any time some old guy with patches on his head says thanks so much, i'm honored so we can be a part of getting them here for the only time in their lives that we can hook it together with some brand of what i do for a living, god bless america. >> reporter: hanks and steven spielberg came together at the world war ii memorial today to pay tribute to the veterans and launch their new hbo series "the pacific." they have teamed up
honor, and we have to dress up, because we have a big celebrity coming in tom hanks. he has a new thing on the hbo about the pacific, and he has been doing amazing world war ii documentaries and movies over the years, and i wanted to take you a little behind the scenes here at the white house. i put something together earlier about why it is important that tom hanks is going to be screening this for the president and the first lady and other vips. i was not invited, but i am hoping to run into tom hanks, and here is why. >> reporter: we will take you inside and this is simple the break room for the white house press corps, and vending machines and people bring their own lunchment but every once in a while celebrities come through here and tom hanks noticed we didn't have a good coffee machine, so he sent over this expresso machine. this is a look inside of the white house press corp. >> well, it is easy to make coffee, you pop that in there, and take one of these cups and put it under there, and here comes the coffee. >> the thing still works after six years. >> it works and makes nice
morning news, how tom hanks and steven spielberg are helping veterans of world wore ii. >> they were down at the memorial yesterday and we talked to them. and the weather may not be cooperating but there is plenty on tap to celebrate saint patrick's day. right now just a little bit of wet weather outside as we look at 395 at the pentagon. it's 7:52 on this friday morning. [ male announcer ] if we knew more about our food, would we eat better? at hellmann's, we make our mayonnaise with eggs, vinegar and oil rich in omega 3. for the quality that could only be hellmann's. hellmann's. it's time for real. you'd savor exquisite specials and a fine chianti. but...rome is like 4,200 miles away. that's why there's bertolli chicken florentine for two in a luscious white-wine sauce. bertolli. italy is served. >>> two giants of hollywood in the district to thank world wore ii veterans for their service. as claudia coffey reports, tom hanks and steven spielberg have a new project to honor them. >> reporter: world war ii veterans here on the national mall. it's their day to be honored. >> it's great. i
: thank you tom hanks for insulting fox news and my italian heritage many stupid is as stupid does. nick: if tom hanks had come on the factor and made fun of the other networks you wouldn't have scolded hill. your hypocrisy amazes me. nick wise up, i chided not scolded mr. hanks not for what he said but for being a drive-by guy. if he has a beef fox news, come on and state it. saw glenn beck hold up a picture of you when you were a teacher. for the record, you look better now i appreciate that note i was next to beck when you were making that assessment. william: bill, i watch you and beck. hope you don't consider me a nimrod but he's the brighter lightbulb in the room. i don't think there's any question of that beck makes you better. is that even possible wanda? walter: bill, my son and i have been estranged for 14 years but are now getting back together. reading bold fresh helped that happen. i couldn't be more pleased walter. good luck to you and your boy. alexa: mr. o'reilly, i'm in the fifth grade and read bold fresh. huff a fascinating life. -- you have had a fascinating life. you
the national world war ii memorial. it's tom hanks and steven spielberg joined by 250 world war ii veterans to thank them for their service. they're in town for the premiere of their mini series "the pacific" which follows the real-life stories of three marines fighting in the pacific theater lurg world war ii. the series begins this sunday at 9:00 p.m. on hbo. tom hanks is at the white house for a screening for the president tonight.t than efore efore in campbell's tomato soup while keeping the famous flavor. ♪ so many, many reasons ♪ it's so m'm! m'm! good! ♪ so, at national, i go right past the counter... and you get to choose any car in the aisle. choose any car? you cannot be serious! okay. seriously, you choose. go national. go like a pro. >>> last year i had an affair. i violated the vows of my marriage. it's absolutely the worst thing that i've ever done in my life. >> that may be the worst thing he's done in his life as far as person, but he now has professional issues. time for the politics fix. john ensign last june, since then things have gotten worse. "the new york times"
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 112 (some duplicates have been removed)